MULTAN - PML-N Punjab Senior Vice President Ch Jaffar Iqbal Gujjar disclosed on Thursday that his party will contest coming general election under a grand alliance."Negotiations are underway with some religious and political parties," he added while addressing a news conference here at Circuit House. He told the journalists that the Mumtaz Bhutto from Sindh, many leaders including Achakzai from Balochistan and friends from likeminded group held meetings with the PML-N leadership recently while Aftab Khan Shepao had also voted for PML-N candidate in prime minister's election. He expressed his hope that the PML-N would succeed to form government after next polls and it was the only party that could steer the country out of crisis.He lashed out at the government and declared that PML-N was gathering corruption and looting evidence of rulers which would be brought before the nation soon. "Many mega scandals that are still hidden will automatically come out at the end of the government," he maintained. He alleged that the PPP government acted upon one-point agenda of looting national wealth. He said that the government turned out to be a horrible example of failure. "The economy has collapsed while law and order situation in Karachi, Balochistan and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa is highly alarming," he added.He claimed that the rulers would never implement court decision in NRO case while they intentionally delayed writing letter to Swiss authorities. "The motive behind the delay is to prevent recovery of looted national wealth but if the looted dollars are not recovered from Asif Zardari, the country will suffer badly," he warned.To a query, he said that PML-N played a historic role during last four and a half years and joined coalition government with the PPP. "The motive behind the step was to prevent anyone from committing ambush on democracy and to keep it moving," he added. He lamented that the PPP leadership violated charter of democracy time and again as a result of which the PML-N quit federal government within six weeks.He said that the general elections were coming closer and the party high command had decided to select appropriate candidates. He added that nine teams had formed for nine divisions of the province to review the situation of such constituencies where either PML-N candidates lost or did not contest the polls. He said that the committees would present report to the high command of the party and then the parliamentary board would finalize the candidates. He said that the review of entire Multan division was done and the report would be submitted soon. He claimed that the PML-N would bring forth well-reputed candidates.He said that PML-N Chief Nawaz Sharif had already said that the statements of some people regarding bringing revolutions in 90 days were nothing but pack of lies. "It's us who have formed committees and think tanks to find out solutions. We'll not spoil even a single day after coming into government and launch public welfare projects forthwith," he claimed. Answering a question, he dispelled the impression that PML-N was opposed to South Punjab province, saying the party always supported new provinces on administrative grounds. He added that PML-N supported revival of Bahawalpur province because it was already a province before one unit. He demanded the government to reconstitute parliamentary commission for new provinces and give all stakeholders proportional representation in it.